This is how Lancashire looked in 2006: More pictures

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

Wednesday, 24th June 2020, 3:45 pm
Litter education officer Sonia Scowcroft with her team in Preston Town Centre
Litter education officer Sonia Scowcroft with her team in Preston Town Centre

This week we are looking at 2006. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: This is how Lancashire looked in 2006

From left, Katie Mills, Jayne Threlfall and Joseph Mills on the Funfair at Preston Flag Market
From left, Chloe ODonnell, Kara ODonnell and Keeley Mitchell from Ashton enjoying the Funfair at Preston Flag Market

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Clowning around at Busy Bees, Ashton House, Preston. From left, Larissa Cantzler, Gracie Cross, Sarah-Jane Chadwick and Tia Furnell-Gill
From left, Robbie Womack, Gina Brierley, Tracy Roskell, Rebecca Brierley and Kirsty Womack with one of the mosaics at the foot of the piece of art work on the Trees estate, Preston
Preston 10-pin bowlers Rachel Richmond, aged 12, and Melissa Kemp, aged 13, are the new doubles champions after coming first in the Lancashire County Championships Handicap Tournament. Their team also were also first overall and Melissa also came first in the girls singles
Urban Voices, workshop leader Sarah Preisner, creative director Graham Easterlowe and company director Tim Joel with the Islamic Art group, front row, from left, Raeesa Patel, class teacher Jamila Patel and Sajeda Alli, back row, from left, Rizwana Bux, Saleha Patel, Mubena Isap and Tasnim Musa
Bispham High School Arts College Gospel Choir visit to Germany
After a six-month long campaign pupils at Flakefleet School in Fleetwood have a crossing patrol. Lollipop lady Avril Bairstow with some of the pupils
Staff and regulars at the Fleetwod Arms , Dock Street in Fleetwood with their pub decorated for the World Cup
Freeport outlet village in Fleetwood put on a spectacular carnival to mark the completion of its 9 million re-vamp. Shoppers are entertained by a samba band
Fourteen-year-old Miller McLeod from South Shore organised a bicycle ride to Fleetwood and back to raise funds for the NSPCC. Miller (centre) arrives back at Watson Road Park with some of the cyclists
The Bishop of Lancaster Patrick ODonoghue visits children at St Wulstans and St Edmunds School in Fleetwood. Pictured left to right are pupils Katie Coward, nine, Oliver Rowe, nine and Danielle Huddleston, seven
Children who performed at the YMCA performing arts workshop in Fleetwood